Logistics Center in Tocumen to be Tendered in April 2017

The first stage of the project to develop a logistics center and free zone on 200 hectares in a section of Panama City airport will be tendered in six months.

Thursday, October 27, 2016

The head of Tocumen S.A. told Laestrella.com.pa that "... the beginning of the bidding process is expected within six months, and the first stage will start with an investment of $15 million. 'The board of directors has already authorized us to start with the development of the urbinization to adapt 60 hectares for the concession and build the logistics craft'."

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Among the activities that will be developed by the companies operating in the logistics park are packing and repacking, as well as product manufacturing and other complementary activities. The regulations for the free zone, which will be set up in an area measuring 200 hectares, is scheduled for September this year.

Fidanque III said   "... there are already investors interested in being located within the logistics area, including the airline Copa, which will be buildinga maintenance hangar  in the cargo area in the order of $15 million. 'We already have the authorization, we are now organizing the project management'."

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